CMS Images

Photo of the CMS detector just before it was closed aboveground for testing Precision temperature monitoring (PTM) and Humidity monitoring (HM) sensors of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter
Simulation of Higgs production and decay in the CMS experiment. 2005, Courtesy of CERN. The CMS detector just before closure for aboveground testing in 2006. Courtesy of CERN. Precision temperature monitoring (PTM) and Humidity monitoring (HM) sensors of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter. 2006, Courtesy of CERN.
The lowering of the first tremendous endcap disc, known as YE+3, of the CMS particle detector slowly and carefully 100 m underground into the experimental cavern Progress with the CMS Tracker
The lowering of the first tremendous endcap disc, known as YE+3, of the CMS particle detector slowly and carefully 100 m underground into the experimental cavern.2006, Courtesy of CERN. A splash of particles entering the CMS detector. 2009, Courtesy of CERN. First half of the CMS inner tracking barrel. 2006, Courtesy of CERN.
Lowering of the central slice of the CMS detector CMS images taken by Boaz Klima
Lowering of the central slice of the CMS detector. 2007, Courtesy of CERN. A CMS crystal. These crystals will be mounted into the detector. 2008, Courtesy of CERN. CMS images taken by Boaz Klima. Courtesy of Fermilab Visual Media Services/Boaz Klima.
ECAL supermodules installed in one side of CMS Simulation of a detection of the Higgs boson in the CMS experiment
ECAL supermodules installed in one side of CMS. 2007, Courtesy of CERN. Simulation of a detection of the Higgs boson in the CMS experiment. 2007, Courtesy of CERN. The CMS Cavern in February 2009. Courtesy of CERN.
The CMS Cavern in February 2009. Courtesy of CERN. The CMS detector before closure in 2008. Courtesy of CERN. View of the CMS detector before closure in August 2008. Courtesy of CERN.

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